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About Joshua

Joshua focuses on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulation and compliance for renewables and natural gas and oil pipelines. He also has experience with Constitutional considerations that overlap with energy law and rule-making before administrative agencies, as well as the environmental considerations involved in the production and transmission of power.

Prior to joining Bracewell Josh worked as a legal intern for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and as a legal fellow for the American Wind Association. Before law school, Josh worked for a renewable energy certificate (REC) broker in Stamford, Connecticut and gained a familiarity with state Renewable Portfolio Standards, electricity market structure, and renewable energy finance.  



The George Washington University Law School,
Fairfield University,

Bar Admissions

District of Columbia




FERC Revises Interlocking Directorate Reporting Requirements

A February 21, 2019 Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) order updated certain FERC interlocking directorate requirements (“Order”).[1]  More detailed background information on FERC’s interlocking directorate requirements is provided below, but in short, these requirements apply to the officers and directors...



US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Legal Intern, 2016
American Wind Energy Association, Legal Fellow, 2016
Editor-in-Chief, George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law, Volume 9 (2017-2018)
Charles and Kathryn Miller Environmental Law Award, Recipient
2018 National Energy & Sustainability Moot Court Tournament, Quarterfinalist & Runner-up Best Oralist
2017 National Energy & Sustainability Moot Court Tournament, Finalist & Best Brief